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Furthur Live at Gelston Castle Estate on 2010-07-03

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Furthur Live at Gelston Castle Estate on 2010-07-03

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Furthur
July 3, 2010
Gelston Castle Estate
Mohawk, NY



source: Neumann km184> V2> mini-me (24/48)> Tascam HD-P2
[DIN 90* 1st row OTS ROC]

transfer: CF> USB> Samplitutde 11 (16/44.1)> cdWave> FLAC

recorded/transfered by Rob Clarke robclarke.km184 -at- gmail.com



disc 1 (Set 1):
01. The Golden Road >
02. Born Cross Eyed ->
03. Alligator ->
04. Truckin' >
05. Feelin' Allright
06. New Potato Caboose ->
07. Crean Puff War >
08. Viola Lee Blues

disc 2 (set 2):
01. Sage And Spirit >
02. 7 Hills Of Gold >
03. Althea
04. Magnolia Mountain >
05. Sugar Magnolia >
06. No More Do I ->
07. Dark Star >

disc 3 (set 2 cont.):
01. Terrapin Station >
02. Stella Blue >
03. Uncle John's Band
04. crowd
05. Donor Rap/tuning
06. One More Saturday Night >
07. Sunshine Daydream


Collection Furthur
Band/Artist Furthur
Venue Gelston Castle Estate
Location Mohawk, NY

Source Neuman KM184> v2> mini-me> HD-P2
Lineage CF>USB> Samplitutde 11> cdWave> FLAC
Taped by Rob Clarke
Transferred by Rob Clarke

Notes

lineup:
Phil Lesh – Bass
Bob Weir - Guitar
Jeff Chimenti – Keyboards
John Kadlecik - Guitar
Joe Russo – Drums
Jeff Pearson – Vocals
Sunshine Becker – Vocals

note:
discs can be joined Seemlessly for longer media

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Reviews

Reviewer: AtASiding - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 25, 2010
Subject: yea whew
yea whew
Reviewer: DenBob - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 8, 2010
Subject: A Forgotten Night? Don't Think So...
This seems like it might become a night that will be forgotten -- nestled between the Ohio and Maine shows, Furthur stopped at the Castle Estate for a calm night of music and fun.

And what a night of music, and fun it was. For those of us that got there later (like myself), we battled to get in for showtime -- 2 hours of waiting on a country road to travel a little over 2 miles, sweating whether we would even get to see the first set after traveling for hours. Running from the car for about a mile to get to the concert area which was so far away. But we ran up the hill, then was atop a huge field...

And the music began. The Golden Road To The Unlimited Devotion started the first set, and I asked one person "is this the first song?" Their nod made me sigh. Whew. Didn't miss anything.

The venue was so beautiful. The crowd was great -- a total summer festival mood and atmosphere. 'Heads dancin all over and just so happy to be. Cool breezes ran down the hill of about 10,000 heads as they grooved to the music.

What a night of music it was. The older songs came out, an amazing Alligator, then Truckin. Feelin All Right? I am now...New Potato Caboose followed by Cream Puff War, then closing the set with Viola Lee Blues. What a set.

The second set continued along its stunning path. Magnolia Mountain is becoming a favorite, then Dark Star, full Terrapin, Stella Blue and close with UJB? Whoah. But the encore, One More Saturday night into Sunshine Daydream? Blow my mind.

The band continues to blaze new territory, is so fresh and has such an amazing work ethic, yet when we're all waiting to get in, they amazingly wait an extra 45 minutes to start their set. They still played into the morning, one band, closing the show at around 12:15 a.m.

Thank you Furthur. You guys continue to drive the bus, taking us to new places and exploring new elements of this that I'm blessed to follow with you.
Reviewer: drmlabs - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 6, 2010
Subject: great set list
super set list. I thought long & hard (hehe long and hard) about blowing off my 4th weekend plans driving the 500 miles from Columbus after seeing THAT amazing show. The boys are hot as hell this summer & youre missing the real deal if you dont go & see them.
The 500 drive is the only reason I didnt. And my gf woulda killed me. Now if it was 250 miles... thing woulda been different!
Reviewer: Jay Gerland - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 5, 2010
Subject: Excellent recording!
Sounds real nice. Wasn't jazzed about the setlist but popped in to hear a really nice Terrapin.

Thanks!
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